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PostSubject: Cylinder Head Replacement   Cylinder Head Replacement I_icon_minitimeFri Mar 08, 2024 11:15 pm

Hello again. I'm back with more maintenance questions. I am replacing the cylinder head on my 2002 Silverwing and am following the Honda service manual. I am at the "Remove the cylinder head" step, but it feels like the manual isn't providing enough detail for that and also skipped a few steps leading up to that. So my questions are:

1) Should I disconnect the throttle body inlet pipes before or after I take the cylinder head off? The manual didn't mention the inlet pipes at all, and as far as I can tell, they aren't attached to any other hard part.

2) Does the hinge(?) bolt at the bottom of the cylinder head need to be removed first or should I leave it connected while breaking the cylinder head loose?

3) How does one actually "remove the cylinder head"? Tap it with a mallet/hammer? Give it a good whack with a hammer? Is there a pry point I can stick something like a breaker bar?

Thank you in advance for all of the help. I can attach pictures as needed for clarity and I apologize if I've used the wrong terminology.
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